Lower Tresmorn Farm

Lower Tresmorn Farm

At Lower Tresmorn Farn you can enjoy the sound of the sea from the beautiful old medieval farmhouse from which there is direct access to the coast path which is just a few minutes walk down thefarm lane and across a field. Experience amazing views for miles up and down the rugged coast and across the sea to Lundy island.

When you take the drive down the lane through an undulating field (which is all that remains of a medieval village) with the sea view behind the farmstead, you will realise what a special place this is to relax, unwind and escape from the pressures of modern day living.

A fresh pot of tea and a plate of hot buttered saffron cake await you on arrival and you will be shown to one of our tastefully furnished bedrooms. You have the choice of a room in the farmhouse, reached by a half-spiral stone stairway, or one situated in the lovely old stone barn, alongside the farmhouse. Rooms in the barn benefit from easier access and two have lovely views accross the fields to the ocean.

Here are few reasons why our guests choose to stay with us year after year:
• Traditional Farmhouse Accommodation
• A medieval National Trust Farmhouse
• A quiet relaxing coastal setting
• Area of outstanding natural beauty
• A few minutes walk from a stunning coastal path
• Early and late season breaks
• 5 en-suite rooms with super quality beds, some with sea views
• Open all year
• You can be sure of a peaceful night at Lower Tresmorn.

Staying in the Farmhouse is a unique experience in itself, in particular the stone staircase from the dining room which gives access to the landing and the three farmhouse bedrooms. For a room in the Farmhouse please choose from Smorn Meadow, Barley Park and Trezadden.

We converted the old stone barn behind the farmhouse to provide 3 further en-suite rooms, 2 with views across the fields to the cliffs and sea. The front entrance to the barn leads into an attractive hallway which provides access to all three rooms. For a room in The Barn please choose from Above Stable, Homeward Down and Minherrins.

Dear Rachel and Chris, we had a wonderful week at Lower Tresmorn farm and enjoyed the beautiful landscape around. Thank you very much for your hospitality and helpfulness.  We hope to see you again. Ingrid and Klaus from Stuttgart

Klaus Werner

We loved our stay at Lower Tresmorn, a really beautifully furnished and comfortable room, very warm welcome (delicious Saffron cake on arrival!), excellent breakfasts, and very convenient for the coast path – all round a winner! Thank you!

Jane Silk


Four double ensuite and two triple ensuite bedrooms (double and single bed).

Ample private parking.

Not suitable for those with limited mobility.

Pets are not accepted

Crackington Haven, ten miles from Bude town centre and two miles from Crackington Haven Beach.

Walking directions to Lower Tresmorn from the coast path.

Coast Path from Bude

After climbing the steps up out of Chipman Valley you will enter Lower Tresmorn. Continue along the cliff top and negotiate another small valley. You should then walk diagonally up across the field to the gate in the top corner which takes you into a farm track. Continue up the track and you will reach the farmstead in a few minutes and the farmhouse is on the left.

Coast Path from Boscastle

After Castle Point you will cross a wooden stile [near Cleave] and enter Lower Tresmorn land (there is a National Trust sign). At this point you should head uphill across the field and you will see a gate which takes you into a farm track which winds uphill to the farmstead and you will find the farmhouse on the left.

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